ROLE OF LUSO-INDIANS in the development of Western medicine in 19th century Bombay. A talk TODAY at the Xavier Centre of Historical Research, 5.30 pm. By Shirley Gonsalves firstname.lastname@example.org Gonsalves is a UK based historian and writer of Goan origin with a special interest in the history of science and medicine. She is a graduate of the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies and Imperial College, London as well as the University of Cambridge. She has been... Topics: bombay, medicos, 19th century, grant medical college, mumbai, luso-indians
Dr Eufemiano de Jesus Miranda is a priest-and-researcher who did his PhD on Goan writing in Portuguese. His thesis is titled Literatura Indo-Portuguesa dos Seculos XIX e XX: Um Estudo de Temas Principais no Contexto Socio-Historico. Dr Miranda explains what his thesis -- soon to come out as a book -- looked at, and the issues that Indo-Portuguese writing throws up, as seen by him. Topics: goa, research, goan writing in portuguese, 19th century, 20th century, eufemiano de jesus miranda
Mando, a traditional song from Goa, the former Portuguese colony on the west coast of India. Topics: mando, goa, india, former portuguese colony, traditional song, western india, song-dance, east-west...
byTalk by Dr Timothy Walker. Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha
Recording of a talk -- 'Crisis in Goa:The Portuguese Response to the 'Mutiny' in British-Occupied India (1857-1860)' by Timothy Walker, on Friday, 6th January at 5:30 p.m. at the premises of the Delegation of Fundação Oriente in India, Behind People's High School, Fontainhas, Panjim, Goa, India. This presentation examines the role of African conscripts in the Portuguese response to the Indian uprising of 1857, focusing on Portuguese use of these troops as a countervailing force to native... Topics: goa, portuguese colonialism, india, western coastal india, dr timothy walker, history, 19th...